Mt. Mac ski report

Copper to Best Chance, Dog, and Selwyn's Loop were groomed Thursday morning. They are in excellent condition for classic and skating. Most other trails have been groomed recently.

Copper to Best Chance, Dog, and Selwyn’s Loop were groomed Thursday morning. They are in excellent condition for classic and skating. Most other trails have been groomed recently. Skating conditions are excellent. Watch for overflow at the south end of the Lower Valley trail.

The Mt. Mac Ascent trail is only recommended for experienced skiers at this time. The Descent trail has some rough sections and is a shared trail. Take extra food and clothing. Carry a cell phone when skiing alone.

Access to Dog Trail from the Mt. McIntyre Rec Centre is over the bridge and down Ketza Connector. Dogs are not allowed in the ski stadium. There are several emergency supply caches located on the trail system. They are marked on the trail map. Please let us know when using any of the emergency supplies.

A day pass or membership is required when skiing on any of the ski club trails. Passes are available at The Ski Base, at Mt McIntyre Recreation Centre.

Events and Program Information

Tuesday and Wednesday: Jackrabbits meet at 3:30pm to 5pm. Sunday Jackrabbits are from 1pm to 2:30pm.  The Ski S’Cool program has started and takes place in the stadium until the end of February.

The Air North Challenge has started has begun and ends Feb 28. Please register at the Ski Base.

Hours of Operation

Wax Room: Monday to Friday 9am to 10pm. Saturday/Sunday 9am to 6pm. The lights are on Monday to Friday dusk until 9:30pm. The Ski Base: Monday to Friday 10am to 8pm. Saturday/Sunday 10am to 5pm. 

For updated trail conditions and event information call the ski club information line at 668-7742 or check the website www.xcskiwhitehorse.ca.

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